Badri Hosseini Khomeini, the sister of Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei has supported the anti-government protests and called on the Revolutionary Guards to lay down their arms.
The son of Badri Hosseini via social media shared a letter from his mother in which she supported anti-regime protests.
Ayatollah Khamenei’s supreme leader’s niece was recently detained for allegedly supporting the protestors, and now his sister has joined her daughter in criticizing the government’s suppression of the demonstrators.
In the letter published by her son Badri Khomeini wrote that she condemns her brother’s policies.
She also paid respect to the mothers of people who died in the Khomeini era.
She also urged the Revolutionary Guards and the mercenary soldiers to lay down weapons and unite with the people before it is too late.
The ongoing crackdown of police on Mahsa Ameni protestors in Iran claimed the life of at least 470 protestors including 64 kids whereas, 18000 protestors had been arrested.
Iranians protested after Mahsa Amini, a 22-year-old Kurdish woman who was detained for breaking the hijab legislation in mid-September allegedly died of a heart attack while being held by police.